TVS Suzuki Shogun 110

TVS Suzuki Shogun 110


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₹ 18,000
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Colour Options and Price in India
Bike Variant TVS Suzuki Shogun 110
Availability Status in India Discontinued
2-Wheeler Type Commuter
Latest Price in India TVS Suzuki Shogun 110 price was Rs 18,000 before being discontinued.
Fuel Type Petrol
Colour Options Red-Black
Official Tagline The Boss!
Vehicle Overview TVS Suzuki Shogun was one of the earliest bikes that were brought to India for everyday commute. It was powered by 108.2 cc, single cylinder 2-stroke engine that was good for 14 BHP at 8500 rpm and 11.4 Nm at 8250 rpm. The engine was mated to a 4-speed gearbox and helped the Shogun reach a top speed of 105 kmph. The performance is actually comparable to current generation 135 cc bikes while its low weight of just 114 kg made it even comparable to 150 cc motorcycles of present time. It rivaled none other than Yamaha RX100 and returned a fuel economy of about 40 kmpl only.
Engine Details 108.2cc, 1-Cylinder, 2-Stroke, Air-Cooled, Reed Valve
Fuel System Carb
Cooling Air-Cooled
Engine cc (Displacement) 108.2 cc
Maximum Power 14 BHP @ 8500 rpm
Maximum Torque 11.4 NM @ 8250 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Ignition CDI (Electronic)
Lubrication Suzuki CCI
Compression Ratio 7.7:1
Bore 52.5 mm
Stroke 50.0 mm
Spark Plug Model Type NGK-BP8HS, MICO W5BC
Idling Speed 1500 rpm
Air Cleaner Polyurethane Foam Element
Carburettor MIKUNI VM20 SS
Number of Gears 4
Clutch Wet Multi-plate Type
Gear Ratios 1st - 3.083 (37/12), 2nd - 1.867 (28/15), 3rd - 1.278 (23/18), 4th - 0.954 (21/22)
Primary Reduction Ratio 3.4 (51/15)
Final Reduction Ratio 3.385 (44/13)
Final Drive Chain
Gear Pattern All Down, Heel-toe Shift
Front Brake 130mm Dia Internal Expanding Drum
Rear Brake 130mm Dia Internal Expanding Drum
Front Tyre 2.75 18" 4PR
Rear Tyre 3.00 18" 4PR
Front Wheel 18-inch
Rear Wheel 18-inch
Front Tyre Pressure 24 psi
Rear Tyre Pressure 28 psi
Front Suspension Telescopic, Oil Damped
Rear Suspension Swing Arm, Hydraulic Shock Absorber with Coaxial Springs
Overall Length 1895 mm
Overall Width 725 mm
Overall Height 1053 mm
Ground Clearance 156 mm
Wheelbase 1208 mm
Dry Weight 104 kg
Kerb Weight 114 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 12 litres
Reserve Fuel Capacity 2 litres
Engine Oil Capacity 1.3 litres
Maximum Payload 130 kg
Turning Circle 1.8 Metre
Speedometer Analog
Tachometer Analog
Odometer Analog
Fuel Gauge Analog
Capacity 2.5Ah / 10HR
Voltage 12V
Head Light 12V 35W/35W
Tail Light 12V 5/10W
Turn Signal Light (Front) 12V 10W
Turn Signal Light (Rear) 12V 10W
Electric Start
Pillion Grabrail
Pillion Footrest
Miscellaneous Information
Steering Angle 42 Degree
Caster 63 Degree
Trail 74 mm

TVS Suzuki Shogun 110 Review

29 Feb, 2016 02:42 PM

Quick Review by Maxabout Team

The TVS Suzuki Shogun a.k.a “The Boss” was launched by Suzuki in 1993 to lock horns with the Yamaha RX 100. It was a race-horse in its segment. With its silencer making an explosive firing sound, it was definitely an face-turner. Unfortunately, the boss had to withdrawn from the market in 2000 in lieu on the stricter emission norms which put an end to the sale of two-stroke bikes.

Engine and Gearbox

The Suzuki Shogun was powered by a two-stroke, single cylinder 108.2cc air-cooled engine churning out a maximum power output of 14 bhp @ 8500 rpm and a peak torque of 11.4 Nm @ 8200 rpm. The engine was mated to 4-speed constant mesh gearbox.

Brakes and Suspension

The bike was equipped with 130 MM Dia internal expanding drum brakes on front and rear wheel. It got a front telescopic, oil damped suspension and a rear swing arm, hydraulic shock absorber with coaxial spring suspension.

Top Speed and Mileage

The Boss could sprint to a speed of 60 kmph in matter of just 4.5 seconds, with the top speed hovering around 105 kmph mark. It returned a mileage of around 40-45 Km/pl.

Dimensions and Weight

The bike measured 1895 mm in length, 725 mm in width and 1053 mm in height. The bike came with a ground clearance of 156 mm and a 1208 mm of wheelbase. The bike weighed just 114 kg, and had a 12 liter fuel tank capacity.

Instrument Cluster

Initially, the TVS Shogun had an instrument cluster similar to AX100 series – A speedometer, odometer and a fuel gauge. However, based on customer feedback TVS redesigned the instrument cluster and introduced an all new electronic tachometer.

Shades & Variants

The bike was only available in a single variant painted in the classic Red-Black shade.

Price in 1990s

The bike was offered at a price of INR 18,000-20,000 (approx.) making it a value for money purchase.

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